We already love their award-winning wines and their cheap candles. Now the supermarket giant have announced they're adding to their successful Lacura beauty range and, as expected, savings are pretty impressive.
The first product is the Lacura Miracle Cream, which they claim is comparable to Elizabeth Arden's Eight Hour Cream.
The cream is said to 'protect, moisture and soothe normal, dry and irritated skin', leaving it 'wonderfully smooth' and it can also be used on chapped lips and dry cuticles.
While the upmarket product costs £18, you can snap up the Aldi version for just £3.99 - 77 per cent cheaper!
Aldi are also launching the Lacura Glycolic Daily Cleansing Pads, which they say are just like the Nip and Fab Glycolic Daily Cleansing Pads.
Retailing at £2.49 - 80 per cent cheaper than the £12.95 you pay for the Nip and Fab version - the cleansing pads 'refine, re-texture and resurface the skin' to uncover a bright and radiant complexion.
As well as the new beauty steals, Aldi will also be selling a selection of Lacura makeup.
The range includes the Illusion 2 in 1 Foundation that you can buy for £5.99, comparable to Lancome's Teint Visionnaire (£40.00); and a collection of Lacura Concealer Pens (£2.99), which have been inspired by YSL's iconic Touche Eclat Highlighting Pen (£25).
Before announcing their new beauty products, Aldi made headlines with their Jo Malone inspired collection, which they launched just in time for Mother's Day.
The luxury range included a perfume, as well as body wash and hand and body lotion, and it was 92 per cent cheaper than the original.
The new beauty bargains are part of the supermarket' Specialbuys, and will be available to pre-order online from Sunday 4th March and instore from Thursday 8th March - but once they're gone, they're gone. Race you to the checkouts...